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The United States, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt are very close to completing the deal on the Red Sea islands
Saudi Arabia will signs an agreement with Egypt, pledges to the United States security arrangements and safeguard Israeli freedom of navigation in the Straits of Tiran; the United States will give Israel guarantees for Saudi commitments....
Otr Elkalam competition draws world's attention to Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is witnessing these days the events of the final qualifiers for the international Holy Qur’an and Call to Prayer competition, organized by the General Entertainment Authority and aired on Otr Elkalam (Scent of Speech) TV show.
Libya's rival governments start U.N.-backed talks in Egypt
Representatives of Libya's two rival governments began talks in Egypt on Wednesday aimed at reaching agreement on holding national elections, the United Nations Mission in Libya said.
Eni signs Egyptian gas deal to unlock LNG supplies for Europe this year
Eni has signed a deal to boost gas production in Egypt and boost liquefied natural gas supplies to Europe, the Italian energy group said on Wednesday.
Jailed Egypt activist Abdel Fattah becomes UK citizen: Family
Abdel Fattah, an outspoken dissident, rose to prominence with the 2011 pro-democracy uprisings that swept the Middle East and in Egypt toppled long-time President Hosni Mubarak. The 40-year-old activist has spent most of the last decade ...
Ayman Hadhoud: Questions over Egyptian economist's mysterious death
Egyptians are asking questions over the mysterious death of a prominent economist, Ayman Hadhoud, in the custody of security forces. Mr Hadhoud's relatives were asked to collect his body from a psychiatric hospital in Cairo on Saturday, ...
Palestinians attack biblical figure Joseph's tomb in West Bank
The tomb where the biblical figure Joseph is said to be buried has been vandalised by Palestinians amid spiralling tensions with Israel.
Ramadan kicks off in much of Middle East amid soaring prices
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan — when the faithful fast from dawn to dusk — began at sunrise Saturday in much of the Middle East, where Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sent energy and food prices soaring.
Israel is reportedly helping citizens of Lebanon, Syria and Egypt escape the war in Ukraine
A Lebanese citizen in Ukraine with a group of Arab Israelis said he's not getting help to escape. So an Israeli official response: "We have no problem helping Lebanese or any other Arab citizens as well. He can join the Israeli bus. Isra...
All we get mostly is criticism
Labour Minister Vincent Wheatley has appealed for continued prayers and encouragement from supporters of the governing Virgin Islands party (VIP), citing the emotional challenges that have to be faced in public life.
Armenian president hails ‘new page’ in ties with Saudi Arabia, thanks Arab world for providing refuge after genocide
A phrase Armen Sarkissian likes to repeat when describing his vision for Armenia is “small nation, global state.” As president of the republic, he doesn’t mince his words when it comes to his country’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunitie...
Egypt: Coastal city of Alexandria witnessed its first, very rare snowfall in almost a decade
The Rise of a Narcostate: On Syria’s Ruins, a Drug Empire Flourishes
Powerful associates of Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, are making and selling captagon, an illegal amphetamine, creating a new narcostate on the Mediterranean.
Cuba tightens restrictions on eight African countries over Omicron concerns
Cuba will ratchet up restrictions from Dec. 4 on passengers from certain African countries over concerns about the Omicron coronavirus variant, the country’s Communist-run government said yesterday.
Erdogan Might Be Too Sick to Keep Leading Turkey
Evidence is growing that Turkey’s president is ailing—and that could be bad news for the country’s politics.
President Áder Explores Hungarian Water Management Industry in Podcast
President Áder discussed the activities of Hungarian water management companies at home and abroad with the CEO of Pureco.
Half-term holiday bookings jump 200% after England travel rules change
Thomas Cook says it expects a busy weekend for bookings as people take advantage of simplified travel rules
What are the changes to Covid rules for international travel?
Overhaul in England aims to simplify travel by scrapping traffic light system and changing testing requirements
World's largest container ship arrives at Felixstowe
A container ship said to be the largest in the world has arrived in the UK.
Saudi women karatekas bag bronze in Cairo Premier League
Saudi Arabia’s women karate team has won bronze medal in kata competitions of the International Karate 1 Premier League tournament held in Cairo. The event was part of the second largest championship organized by the International Karate...
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